From LG’s bendable monitor to Apple’s most durable watch yet, 2022 gave us plenty of tech innovations. Check out the best in the blog below.
Tech never fails to inspire us. The best tech gadgets of 2022 don’t disappoint, taking our games, smart homes, and content to new levels of fun and convenience.
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Yes, LG’s OLED Flex LX bendable monitor takes your games to a new, customizable level of immersion, bending from completely flat to 900R of curvature.
Then, DJI’s FPV drone really makes you feel like you’re soaring above Earth safely and securely. It also captures epic aerial footage.
Ready to be inspired? Check out the best tech gadgets of 2022.
1. The Apple iPhone 14 Pro & iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphones come with the A16 Bionic Chip. They start at $999 on the official website.
Apple iPhone 14 Pro & 14 Pro Max top view
Get improved smartphone photography from the Apple iPhone 14 Pro & iPhone 14 Pro Max. They have a 48-megapixel camera featuring a larger quad-pixel sensor.
2. The Apple Watch Ultra endurance smartwatch can withstand your outdoor adventures. Get it for $799 on Apple’s website.
Apple Watch Ultra intro video
Wear the Apple Watch Ultra outdoors, free of worry. It boasts a WR100 water-resistance rating, a rugged case, and more.
3. The Nothing Phone (1) Android smartphone is designed to bring warmth and joy. It’s coming soon to the US for about $584.
The Nothing Phone (1) with a bird
The Nothing Phone (1) Android smartphone uses a custom Qualcomm 778G+ chip and the Nothing OS and Glyph Interface. It’s one of the best tech gadgets of 2022.
4. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 smartphone has handy FlexCam features for social media platforms. Buy it for $559.99 on Samsung’s website.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 in color options
Take selfies and easily upload them to social media with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4. This foldable smartphone is great for vloggers and content creators.
5. The Google Nest Doorbell (wired, 2nd gen) has always-on power and 24/7 recording. Purchase it for $179.99 on the official website.
Google Nest Doorbell intro video
You don’t have to worry about replacing or recharging batteries with the Google Nest Doorbell (wired, 2nd gen). It has always-on power.
6. The Amazon Kindle Scribe large eReader works with a pen for editing and taking notes. Get it for $339.99 on Amazon.
Amazon Kindle Scribe with a person taking notes
Edit documents and jot down notes using the Amazon Kindle Scribe. One of the best tech gadgets of 2022, this E-Ink tablet is excellent for writing and reading.
7. The Logitech G Cloud handheld gaming console offers a wide 7″ 1080p Full HD touchscreen. It costs $299.99 on Logitech’s website.
Logitech G Cloud with comic books
The Logitech G Cloud brings advanced graphics and a library of cloud-based games to your mobile play. Play what you want, where you want.
8. The Peloton Row smart rowing machine delivers ultra-efficient workouts. Purchase it for $3,195 on the official website.
Peloton Row and a person working out
With the Peloton Row, you really can work out smarter instead of harder. It comes with the Peloton All-Access membership for classes led by experts.
9. The DJI Osmo Mobile 6 3-axis mobile stabilizer gives you shake-free photos and videos. Get it for $159 on DJI’s website.
DJI Osmo Mobile 6 in use
Bring professional stabilization to your creations with the DJI Osmo Mobile 6. Another of the best tech gadgets of 2022, it provides lossless stabilization for impressive on-the-go footage.
10. The DJI Avata FPV drone makes you feel airborne with the DJI Goggles 2 and DJI Motion Controller. It costs $629 on DJI’s website.
DJI Avata FPV side view
Lose yourself in the skies with the DJI Avata FPV drone. It works with the DJI Goggles 2 and DJI Motion Controller to make flight realistic.
11. The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Theatre soundbar is a beautiful, long-lasting soundstage. Buy it for $7,990 on the brand’s website.
Bang & Olufsen Beosound Theatre under a TV
The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Theatre adds elegance and luxury to your home theater. Designed to last for generations, this purchase is sustainable.
12. The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II auto adjust to fit your ears’ unique shape. Get them for $249 on the official website.
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II in use
The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II made our list of the best tech gadgets of 2022 thanks to their auto-adjusting design. They also provide customized noise cancellation and sound performance, which is why they’re on this list of the best tech gadgets of 2022.
13. The Meta Quest Pro VR headset combines AR with the physical world for upgraded experiences. It costs $1,499.99 on the official website.
Meta Quest Pro on a user
The Quest Pro is Meta’s most advanced headset to date. It offers a new hybrid way to work, create, and play.
14. The LG OLED Flex LX3 bendable 42″ TV bends from completely flat to a 900R curvature. It’s priced at $2,499.99 and is available from select retailers.
LG OLED Flex LX3 intro video
Take your games to a new, immersive level with the LG OLED Flex LX3. It has an adjustable curvature.
15. The Nanoleaf Lines Squared have modular backlit illumination for any room of the house. Get them for $99.99 on the company’s website.
Nanoleaf Lines Squared on a wall
Add futuristic game-inspired lighting to the walls with the Nanoleaf Lines Squared. They boast more than 16 million colors and cool animations, making them some of the best tech gadgets of 2022.
2022 brought us a slew of innovative tech gadgets, and this list proves it. What were your favorite tech gadgets this year? Let us know!
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